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The first International Money Transfer & Remittances Conference in India

Global remittances experts Hugo Cuevas-Mohr and Dilip Ratha sharing the stage in IMTC

Dilip Ratha speaking at IMTC WORLD 2015 in Miami

As a busness meeting, Networking is key at IMTC

IMTC, the premier events of the International Money Transfer & Payments Industry is hosting IMTC ASIA 2016 in New Delhi on Sept. 20-21 at the JW Marriot

For years our South Asian colleagues insisted on including India & we have finally succeeded; I hope that all institutions involved in remittances appreciate our effort and participate in the event
— Hugo Cuevas-Mohr
MIAMI, FL, UNITED STATES, September 15, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Miami, September 14, 2016 – IMTC, the premier events of the International Money Transfer & Payments Industry will gather a large number of money transfer & remittances executives from South Asia, mainly from India, Nepal and Bangladesh, in its inaugural IMTC ASIA 2016 Conference in New Delhi. More information here: http://www.imtconferences.com/imtc-asia-2016/
IMTC hosts the world’s largest Money Transfer Conferences and Trade Fairs. With remittances being one of the most important contributions of international migrants and overseas workers to their home country, the industry is seeing significant changes to the traditional business models with new developments from the Fintech sector and a strong development of digital channels.
In its newest Remittance & Development Brief, the World Bank has estimated that growth in remittance flows is expected to slow down due to the lower gas prices which hurts the oil-rich nations and their foreign workers. Global remittances, including both developing and high-income countries could rise to $636 billion in 2017 and South Asia is the region with the largest corridors; India receives between 65-70 Billion a year in remittances, the 31 country in the world, followed by China, Philippines and Mexico.
The main objective of this one-of-a-kind event in Delhi is to explore the trends in the market, the challenges & opportunities, looking at the past to understand the present and analyze what the future will bring. The speaker line-up of this historic event brings experts in many areas such as Dilip Ratha, Dr. Anand Shrivastav, Anil Kapur, Kaushik Roy, Harveer Singh, Darpan Shah, Amar Das, Suraj Vaghani, Stuart Butler, Sujoy Kalijal, Ankush Sharma to name a few, from international & local companies such as Ria Money Transfers, Xpress Money, MoneyGram, GenX Solutions, Uniteller, Contact, TransferTo, Indusind Bank, EKO, Empays, FINO and industry associations like the Nepal Remitters Association, GARP and BCFI.
Hugo Cuevas-Mohr, Director at IMTC & CEO of Mohr World Consulting, states: “South Asia being one of the largest remittances market in the world, we were asked constantly since 2010 to do an event in India and the time finally came. For me is an honor to come to India and make sure the industry realizes its importance and works together to develop, innovate understanding our enormous social and economic importance.”
Mr. Cuevas-Mohr is the leading global expert in this field and is teaching an in-depth certification course the day previous to the event, on Monday, September 19. He has indicated that more than 15 countries are meeting in this event, coming from the United States, United Kingdom, Spain, Mexico, Russia, UAE, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Honk Kong, Mongolia, Singapore, Israel and the host country, India.
IMTC (http://www.imtconferences.com) organizes IMTC WORLD in Miami, the largest industry gathering in the world, IMTC USA, IMTC EMEA, IMTC BRASIL, IMTC LATAM and now IMTC ASIA in Delhi.

Hugo Cuevas-Mohr
IMTC
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